Feature: Encountering mutual respect

Sunday, October 26, 2008 - 08:42 in Biology & Nature

Since the beginning of recorded history whales have always held an extraordinary magnetism for humans. Now, for a particular subspecies of minke whale, which visits Queensland’s north coast each year, humans seem to have become just as magnetically interesting, writes Viarnne Mischon.

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